Photo-a-Day (Tuesday, 7th August, 2018)
Photo: David (Canon SX240)
Nice photo David, this could almost be a gated community, but where is the moat and the drawbridge?
I've fond memories of working as a cadet nurse at Whelley Hospital in summer 1975, hard work but carefree at the same time.
I worked there at the Hospital as an Auxilliary nurse from 1975-1985..hard work but I loved it..thank you David,
Its nice to see that they have kept the Whelley wall
Compacted soil, by builders' toil, and lovely merchant-goods
Upon your yawn, but dreading scorn, first plant those tasty spuds?
WoW! mum used to live at Bottling Wood but I've not been down there years. Nothing stays the same
It's a lovely wall Mick. Although if it was six feet higher it would be a blessing to us all.
Maureen did you have short sandy hair in those days ?
I also remember Whelley hospital, I was a third year student nurse working mostly on nights for my allocation. Interesting but fond memories. Long shifts ands usually on my own for the greater part of the night
Sorry Sue,I must add that Sister Adejedi was the Sister on Gee Ward.I added her because I liked her.
Sue,one of my comments seems to have gone amiss,so I'll repeat it. My hair was auburn more than sandy,I was on Philips Ward,was known as Mo.when .I first started it was Sister Curless,then Sister Edgar,then Sister Smith and lastly my friend Val Naylor.
Sue,you seem to have disappeared,do you remember any of these Sisters,which Ward were you on.
Maureen, still got your nurses uniform? ;-)
No Johnny I haven't,they've got to be handed back when you leave...and the cap.